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Because of location, the first thing I would check is the crankshaft position sensor to make sure nothing was accidentally disconnected. See picture 1. I highlighted the wiring and sensor and as you will see, it is right behind the belt.
Next, if that is connected, I need you to check to see if you are getting spark and fuel to the engine. Here are a couple links to help:
I always cheat and just see if it starts for a couple seconds using starting fluid. If it does and then stalls, the problem is fuel related. If it doesn't even try to start using starting fluid, then it is an ignition related issue (no spark to plugs).
Check these few things and let me know what you find or if you have other questions. Again, when checking the sensor, make sure none of the connections were loosened or damaged.
Tuesday, July 9th, 2019 AT 8:54 PM